The European Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar has been operating since December 2014.
EuroCham Myanmar was formally launched in Yangon, being funded for 90% by the European Union, to reinforce the economic relations between the European Union and Myanmar. The project was implemented by a consortium led by the French-Myanmar Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FMCCI) and EUROCHAMBRES as co-applicant.
Back then, EuroCham Myanmar had been operating through a five-year grant by the European Union which ended in September 2019 and was extended for one more year. In October 2020, after the EU Grant officially ended, EuroCham Myanmar became a self-sustainable organization. Currently, EuroCham Myanmar acts as the voice of European business with a network of over 100 European companies in Myanmar by the strongest and most effective means as a fully independent member-owned organization.
EuroCham Myanmar is a member of the EBO Worldwide Network, which is an organization that represents European business interests in markets outside the European Union. It represents an active network in more than 35 key markets that serves European multinationals, as well as micro, small, medium and large companies. European chambers of commerce and European business associations within the EBO Global Network work daily with European Union delegations around the world with the shared interest of supporting European companies.